The rink is kept at 55 degrees but it will feel cooler than that on the ice. We recommend you dress in layers so if you get warm while skating you can take some layers off. We also recommend long socks and gloves. We also encourage personal protective equipment such as helmets and elbow pads.
Can I bring in food?
We offer a full concession stand with drinks, snacks, meals, and sweets. Therefore, we do not allow outside food to be brought in.
Can you accommodate large groups? Do you offer a discounted rate for groups?
Yes, we can accommodate large groups! We have over 1,200 pairs of skates and our staff members can ensure that your group event runs smoothly. We offer a discounted rate for groups during our day sessions, no matter if it’s a large group or small group. To receive the discounted rate, please contact Brian @ 402-431-0335 ext. 201 and he will help your group set up a day and time to skate.
I have young children. Do you have anything to help them learn?
We do have skate aids for kids to help them balance on the ice.
I would feel more comfortable helping my kids on the ice if I were wearing my tennis shoes. Can I wear shoes on the ice instead of skates?
No. For safety and liability reasons, you must wear skates on the ice.
Do I have to pay if I only plan on watching my kids skate and I don’t get on the ice?
No. You only have to pay if you skate.
Do you have any skate aids for adults?
Our skate aids are designed for kids ages 3 – 8. They are too short for an adult to use as an adult will have to bend over to use it.
I would like to have my kids learn how to skate. Do you offer classes?
Yes, we offer classes 6 days a week in the winter and 3 days a week in the summer. We use the Learn to Skate USA curriculum which is endorsed by USA Hockey and US Figure Skating. All classes are one hour long and skates are included.
Do you offer any private skating lessons for hockey or figure skating?
Yes, we do! Whether your goals are hockey, figure skating, or just recreational skating we have a coach that can help you achieve your goals. Contact Brian @ 402-431-0335 ext. 201 and he can get you in touch with a coach.
I am an adult and would like to get into hockey, but I need to improve my skating. What can I do?
In addition to private lessons, we offer an adults-only Learn to Play Hockey class on Friday nights that teaches the skating fundamentals of hockey.
I am new in town and I have played hockey in the past. Can you get me in touch with some of the adult hockey skates and leagues in town?
Yes, we can help you get in touch with some of the local skates. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will give you the names and numbers of some of the skates as well as information on the different leagues in Omaha.